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This Month in Georgia Trend

August 2015
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The Energy Future Is Now

The Energy Future Is Now

Renewable power sources are no longer fighting for a seat at the table. They are present and thriving, part of the mix that includes fossil fuels and nuclear energy.

Published: August 2015
Fore!

Fore!

Golf is big business, and it’s back.

Published: August 2015
Causes And Effects

Causes And Effects

Georgia’s nonprofits rely on charitable giving, but the most successful have a lot in common with business.

Published: August 2015
Playing To Your Strengths

Playing To Your Strengths

The 2015 Heart and Soul of Georgia tour shows off thriving downtowns in Woodstock, Rome and Dahlonega.

Published: August 2015
Mission Possible

Mission Possible

How Georgia’s military communities are responding to closures, cuts and consolidation.

Published: August 2015
Leading The Way

Leading The Way

Celebrating 10 years of the Jim Blanchard Leadership Forum.

Published: August 2015
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Archive »Our State

LaGrange | Troup County: Investing In The Future

LaGrange | Troup County: Investing In The Future

Specialized Education, Workforce Development

Published: August 2015
Augusta | Richmond County: Cracking The Code

Augusta | Richmond County: Cracking The Code

Cyber Security, Manufacturing and Technology

Published: August 2015
Tifton | Tift County: The Road Most Traveled

Tifton | Tift County: The Road Most Traveled

Retail, Distribution and Agriculture

Published: August 2015
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Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: August 2015

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including National Beef Packing Co. in Colquitt County and more Georgia jobs for Mars Inc.

Published: August 2015

Organizations: Daybreak

Candice Dyer spotlights the Daybreak shelter and resource center in Macon.

Published: August 2015

Political Notes: August 2015

More Legislators of the Year, a new Department of Human Services commissioner and suspended DeKalb CEO Burrell Ellis is convicted.

Published: August 2015
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Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: A Few More Wise Words

Neely Young: A Few More Wise Words

More truth, wit and whimsy to bring a smile to readers’ faces.

Published: August 2015
Business Casual: Ring in the New Year

Business Casual: Ring in the New Year

For all the attention that troubled school systems and bad-apple teachers and administrators get, there is a lot of magic that happens in the classroom.

Published: August 2015
Georgia View: You're On Candid Camera

Georgia View: You're On Candid Camera

Police body cameras will become universal soon. The challenge lies in developing new laws and protocols to enhance the protection of the public without giving away the sometimes unintentionally embarrassing footage of routine stops.

Published: August 2015
Economy: Stay Connected

Economy: Stay Connected

Prospects look good for the cable and satellite TV industries in Georgia.

Published: August 2015
Sustainable Georgia: Finding Solutions

Sustainable Georgia: Finding Solutions

From zero waste zones and sustainability in transportation to food deserts and water issues, this year’s Georgia Environmental Conference covers the hot topics for the state’s sustainable leadership.

Published: August 2015
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Archive »Downtime

Art of The Meal: Meat & Please

Art of The Meal: Meat & Please

Meat and threes may be dwindling in Georgia, but we’ve found some spots that still serve plenty of personality with their sweet tea.

Published: August 2015
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